Cost of Living in Australia
Many migrants say that the cost of living is substantially higher in Australia than in many other countries. This is particularly true if the persons income is from their home country, or they are not yet accustomed to life in Australia.
There are many factors to the cost of living; one being local knowledge of where to buy at the right prices. Example: Do you pay $4 per kg for potatoes, or just $1 if you know the right shops.
Moving country is not easy, and getting used to new prices, and new incomes, takes some getting used to.
Last 5 Australian Cost of Living posts
- High Electricity Costs in Australia 2017 August 6, 2017
- Cost of Living Index 2017 UK – Australia July 4, 2017
- Price of Port in Australia August 18, 2016
- Cost of Living In Australia August 2016 Update August 13, 2016
- Cost of Living Rankings Comparisons June 12, 2016
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- Cost of Living In Australia August 2016 Update
- Cost of Living Index 2017 UK – Australia
- Cost of Living Rankings Comparisons
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- Food Prices UK and Australia in 2011
- High Electricity Costs in Australia 2017
- Mercer’s 2015 Cost of Living Survey
- One in 10 Australians say they cannot afford to buy enough food..
- Postage in Australia
- Price of Food in Australia
- Price of Port in Australia
- Solar Electricity in Australia
- Solar Hot Water Systems in Australia
- Sydney or London, which has the cheapest cost of living
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